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Muslim men 'need mutiple wives'

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A Muslim man can have sex with multiple wives at the same time, according to a new book by the controversial Obedient Wives’ Club (OWC) in Malaysia.

The book aims to guide Muslim brides on how to pleasure their husbands in bed. In its foreword, the pro-polygamy OWC said its studies showed women only gave their husbands 10% of what they desire.

Previously, the club’s vice-president Dr Rohaya Mohamad provoked an outcry for advising women to be “better than a first-class prostitute” if they wanted their marriages to last.

Written by Amirah Amir, theology student

Main picture credit: Rex Features

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